isn't that a countradiction?
Yes it is, but like I said after that sentence, it's a hard concept to understand. God is truth, but God cannot be fully grasped. Although we are aware of God, and he makes himself known through His word, God exists outside the human mind and therefore cannot fully be percieved. He is ever incomprehensible. We simply know Him as the Father.
exactly which is why we shouldn't trust our mind fully.
Yes, we can never trust our own minds fully due to our limitations. Nothing is ever as it seems, and what if all that you deemed to be truth is just an illusion? Your perception is your ultimate reality. However your reality is not my reality
Think about this statement logically. If Truth is always changing then why should I take your statements as true?
You are trying to be politically correct. Forget politics, you know the meaning to this sentence already.
Let me give you an analogy. Say that a child percieves the red hot coils on a burning stove as "pleasing to the eye". However this child has never encountered anything like that before. So truth here, is that this red coil is harmless. The child then touches the coil out of curiousity, and gets burned, and by this painful experience the child learns never to touch it again. So here, truth changes, because the value placed on this red coil changes from harmless to harmful.
So the fact is, is that truth is always changing, but it is our learning experiences that changes truth. therefore, because of our limitations, All truths can never be grasped, but the journey for truth is one without an end, but is an endless sea of new beginnings.
Therefore, there is All truth some of which can be grasped, and yet there can never be one true faith, because truth is forever changing and evolving, and no two persons percieve truth alike.
It was a popular belief that the earth was flat, however did that turn out to be true?
If we were not bound by our limitations, then there could be one true faith because we could grasp ALL truth.
True condemnation is the conformity to ignorance, and by believing in "one true faith", we limit ourselves to one perspective. To gain truth one must not limit themselves, but examine everything from all sides. To see only one side of a six sided square is condemnation, or to see the shadow and not the object casting the shadow is condemnation. We are limited, but we limit ourselves even further by believing in "one true faith" and deeming all others as having no truth. My wisdom is from grasping all faiths and examining the square from all sides, I do not limit myself. Although I am very opinionated and stronly voice my opinions, I am very open to the fact that I may be entirely wrong. It is the ego that causes this downfall and binds us in ignorance (I'm write and you're wrong).
No human can accuse another of being ignorant and exclude him or herself, because we are all ignorant in one way or another. Neither can someone claim that they are aware of all possible truths, because we are all limited.
Take my analogy about the child. What if your one true faith is that the red coils were harmless, and yet all other faiths stated that they were harmful? But if you listen only to your opinion and dismiss all others, you will get burned.
Don't limit yourself, examine from all sides. Most likely someone who claims that their faith is the one true faith has never studied any faiths outside their own.